About three-quarters of Houston residents say affordable housing needs to be a priority for the next mayor, according to a Kinder Institute survey.
Hidalgo said she will be discharged Saturday from the out-of-state facility she has been at since late July and transition to outpatient care.
Voters will be asked to approve a measure that would allow three council members to sign a letter to add an item to the council’s upcoming agenda.
The Kinder survey found financial anxiety across Houston, particularly in the city’s lower-income neighborhoods and among minority communities.
Frontrunners for Houston mayor rack up endorsements that experts say can make a big difference for candidates seeking votes.
The rules come three decades after the city launched a TIRZ-creating blitz that locked nearly a quarter of Houston’s property tax base in 28 zones.
The clerk’s office will absorb 131 employees and the tax office will receive 39. Neither will hire current Elections Administrator Clifford Tatum.
City officials tout the economic impact the Republican National Convention would bring in summer 2028, when the GOP presidential nominee is chosen.
A new state law, passed this spring by the Texas Legislature, to abolish Harris County’s Election Administrators office will now go into effect.
All eight mayoral candidates who participated in the forum agreed more money and organizations would help further reduce the city’s unhoused population.